1940. Hitler wants to rain death on London but he doesn’t have the aircraft. Classified info about a new long-range plane—the Japanese “Type Zero”—intrigues Nazi generals who ask their Far Eastern ally for a few prototypes to study. But how to get the planes from Japan to Germany? Unable to fly over the Soviet Union or most of the vast British Empire, the Zeroes just might make it if they can refuel at the few secret pockets of resistance. An action-packed aviation novel that presents the geopolitics of World War II from the other side.
Joh Sasaki is a writer of tales of adventure who has published close to fifty novels. Both the Japan Mystery Writers Association and the Japanese Adventure Fiction Association have recognized him for excellence in writing. He has also won the Yamamoto Shugoro prize, and over a dozen of his works have been made into films and/or stage plays. Zero Over Berlin is his richest historical work, demonstrating not only the breadth of Sasaki’s research into World War II and fighter aircraft, but also the wealth of imagination fed by his personal obsession with wild energy and unknown possibility.
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